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Sympathy (Uriah Heep song)

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A-side  Sympathy
Format  7"
Length  4:44
Released  As a single in 1977
Recorded  1976
Label  Bronze

"Sympathy" is a song by English rock band Uriah Heep, which was originally released on their tenth studio album Firefly in 1976.The song has been written by Ken Hensley and sung by John Lawton. Later the same year the song has been released as the second and last single from the album. It is also the first single with John Lawton that charted when it peaked at No. 37 in Germany. The song was recorded and mixed at Roundhouse Recording studios in London between October and November 1976, then was released subsequently on the album on 7 December 1976, one day before beginning their U.S. tour in support of Kiss in Macon, Georgia.

The song was written in the key of D minor.

Personnel

  • Mick Box – guitar
  • Ken Hensley – keyboards
  • Lee Kerslake – drums
  • Trevor Bolder – bass guitar
  • John Lawton – lead vocals
  • References

    Sympathy (Uriah Heep song) Wikipedia


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